Argentina votes in nail-biter election with libertarian candidate holding a slight edge


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Open this photo in gallery: A man prepares to cast his vote at a polling station in Buenos Aires, during the presidential election runoff on Nov. 19. Desperate for a way out of a crippling economic crisis, Argentines began voting Sunday in a nail-biter election between embattled Economy Minister Sergio Massa and the libertarian outsider Javier Milei.EMILIANO LASALVIA/AFP/Getty Images Argentines headed to the polls on Sunday in a delicately poised presidential runoff, with two starkly different visions for the country’s future on offer and an electorate simmering with anger at triple-digit inflation and rising poverty. The election sees Peronist Economy...